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Deus creator omnium,
Polique rector, vestiens
Diem decora lumine,
Noctem sopora gratia; Artus solutos ut quies
Reddat laboris usui,
Mentesque fessas allevet,
Luctusque solvat anxios.

Our latest research paper gives an overview of how brands are improving spaces and communities through cause-based marketing and initiatives.

In its 12th year, PSFK will host a multi-track event that shares, analyzes and explains innovation in the new consumer experience. Join us May 18th in NYC!

PSFK researchers explore how brands are leveraging influencer marketing to build brand awareness and strengthen customer relationships

Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $19.99...

Deus creator omnium,
Polique rector, vestiens
Diem decora lumine,
Noctem sopora gratia; Artus solutos ut quies
Reddat laboris usui,
Mentesque fessas allevet,
Luctusque solvat anxios.

Mass shootings are a fact of life in the United States. In the first two months of 2016 alone, there were two major ones in Hesston, Kansas, and in Kalamazoo, plus many smaller incidents that went mostly unreported . Given their frequency, you’d be forgiven for thinking that random mass killings are hardwired into American DNA. Yet all of these attacks, from Columbine to Sandy Hook to Umpqua Community College, all stem from a single day—Tuesday, September 6, 1949.

That was the day that World War II veteran Howard Unruh picked up his gun, strolled out into his neighborhood, and ended 13 lives. The incident became known as the Walk of Death, and it changed our understanding of mass violence forever. Although the US had suffered mass shootings as early as the 18th century , none had ever been so meticulous, deranged, or senseless as Unruh’s walk. It was the first truly modern mass shooting, and it set the template for every horrific crime that was to come.


Mass shootings frequently occur during moments of hot temper. The Waco biker shootout of 2015, which killed nine people and injured 18, started over a parking dispute . However, when most of us think of mass shootings as a phenomenon, we picture premeditated affairs, like Columbine and Aurora. It was in this area that Howard Unruh had a modern outlook. He knew exactly who he wanted to kill.

Writer/producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach (who was a recent guest on the Talking TV podcast ) wrote a provocative piece earlier this week on the difference between "quality TV" -- a subcategory of drama that has arisen in the last few years -- and quality TV, i.e., TV that is actually good.

Without naming specific offenders (though I will -- hello, "Low Winter Sun"), Grillo-Marxuach noted that a raft of post-Golden Age programs have "learned the wrong lessons from shows commonly perceived as being 'quality shows.'"

As I understand it, Grillo-Marxuach wasn't saying that the techniques and strategies he listed in that piece were problematic in and of themselves. He was saying that people shouldn't use those strategies and techniques without understanding what effect they'll have. Don't grab the ingredients off the shelf, in other words, if you don't have a firm grasp on what flavors and textures they'll bring to the dish you're making.

One day I was at school and I was in 3rd period and I had to go to the bathroom, so when I walked very slowly to the bathroom, I saw that there was one person in there already, so I just ignored them and went into a stall. 10 seconds later I hear a bunch of farting and squishy noises coming from the stall, and then it started to smell so bad 💩💩 I had to hurry up and wash my hands to get out of there!!!! So after I was done I quickly ran to find the janitor 👨👨 and told him that after the girl in the stall he was probably going to need to clean it extremely well. 🙀🙀after that I told him GOOD LUCK!! I LAUGHED AND RAN TO CLASS!!! 😱😱😂😂😅😅

I don't understand how this is inappropriate for this website! It's just a funny story someone wrote!! There are way worse stories on this website!!! And it is inappropriate to call someone a madman!!! What is a madman anyways!! 🔪🔪 that does is really offensive to many people,I think you should apologize to the person who wrote this story!! 🐓🐓💩💩💁💁

Well I meant madam I think ur a madam right? I just am trying to help the environment!😃 just trying to help lol but sorry!😫😃😃😃😃😃

Our latest research paper gives an overview of how brands are improving spaces and communities through cause-based marketing and initiatives.

In its 12th year, PSFK will host a multi-track event that shares, analyzes and explains innovation in the new consumer experience. Join us May 18th in NYC!

PSFK researchers explore how brands are leveraging influencer marketing to build brand awareness and strengthen customer relationships

Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $19.99...

Deus creator omnium,
Polique rector, vestiens
Diem decora lumine,
Noctem sopora gratia; Artus solutos ut quies
Reddat laboris usui,
Mentesque fessas allevet,
Luctusque solvat anxios.

Mass shootings are a fact of life in the United States. In the first two months of 2016 alone, there were two major ones in Hesston, Kansas, and in Kalamazoo, plus many smaller incidents that went mostly unreported . Given their frequency, you’d be forgiven for thinking that random mass killings are hardwired into American DNA. Yet all of these attacks, from Columbine to Sandy Hook to Umpqua Community College, all stem from a single day—Tuesday, September 6, 1949.

That was the day that World War II veteran Howard Unruh picked up his gun, strolled out into his neighborhood, and ended 13 lives. The incident became known as the Walk of Death, and it changed our understanding of mass violence forever. Although the US had suffered mass shootings as early as the 18th century , none had ever been so meticulous, deranged, or senseless as Unruh’s walk. It was the first truly modern mass shooting, and it set the template for every horrific crime that was to come.


Mass shootings frequently occur during moments of hot temper. The Waco biker shootout of 2015, which killed nine people and injured 18, started over a parking dispute . However, when most of us think of mass shootings as a phenomenon, we picture premeditated affairs, like Columbine and Aurora. It was in this area that Howard Unruh had a modern outlook. He knew exactly who he wanted to kill.

Our latest research paper gives an overview of how brands are improving spaces and communities through cause-based marketing and initiatives.

In its 12th year, PSFK will host a multi-track event that shares, analyzes and explains innovation in the new consumer experience. Join us May 18th in NYC!

PSFK researchers explore how brands are leveraging influencer marketing to build brand awareness and strengthen customer relationships

Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible and more — all for only $19.99...

Deus creator omnium,
Polique rector, vestiens
Diem decora lumine,
Noctem sopora gratia; Artus solutos ut quies
Reddat laboris usui,
Mentesque fessas allevet,
Luctusque solvat anxios.

Mass shootings are a fact of life in the United States. In the first two months of 2016 alone, there were two major ones in Hesston, Kansas, and in Kalamazoo, plus many smaller incidents that went mostly unreported . Given their frequency, you’d be forgiven for thinking that random mass killings are hardwired into American DNA. Yet all of these attacks, from Columbine to Sandy Hook to Umpqua Community College, all stem from a single day—Tuesday, September 6, 1949.

That was the day that World War II veteran Howard Unruh picked up his gun, strolled out into his neighborhood, and ended 13 lives. The incident became known as the Walk of Death, and it changed our understanding of mass violence forever. Although the US had suffered mass shootings as early as the 18th century , none had ever been so meticulous, deranged, or senseless as Unruh’s walk. It was the first truly modern mass shooting, and it set the template for every horrific crime that was to come.


Mass shootings frequently occur during moments of hot temper. The Waco biker shootout of 2015, which killed nine people and injured 18, started over a parking dispute . However, when most of us think of mass shootings as a phenomenon, we picture premeditated affairs, like Columbine and Aurora. It was in this area that Howard Unruh had a modern outlook. He knew exactly who he wanted to kill.

Writer/producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach (who was a recent guest on the Talking TV podcast ) wrote a provocative piece earlier this week on the difference between "quality TV" -- a subcategory of drama that has arisen in the last few years -- and quality TV, i.e., TV that is actually good.

Without naming specific offenders (though I will -- hello, "Low Winter Sun"), Grillo-Marxuach noted that a raft of post-Golden Age programs have "learned the wrong lessons from shows commonly perceived as being 'quality shows.'"

As I understand it, Grillo-Marxuach wasn't saying that the techniques and strategies he listed in that piece were problematic in and of themselves. He was saying that people shouldn't use those strategies and techniques without understanding what effect they'll have. Don't grab the ingredients off the shelf, in other words, if you don't have a firm grasp on what flavors and textures they'll bring to the dish you're making.

Our latest research paper gives an overview of how brands are improving spaces and communities through cause-based marketing and initiatives.

In its 12th year, PSFK will host a multi-track event that shares, analyzes and explains innovation in the new consumer experience. Join us May 18th in NYC!

PSFK researchers explore how brands are leveraging influencer marketing to build brand awareness and strengthen customer relationships

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